Leo Goumrouyan at Rooters on Time points out that "No one should have to go through that pain anymore. Trenchless sewer repair and replacement equipment has changed everything about the way your clogged drain is handled."
Leo warns that you shouldn llet another plumber or rooter tear up your entire yard to fix a stopped up or broken sewer line until you get an estimate from a company that can do trenchless sewer repairs and replacements. You will save time, money, and when the job is finished, you won't even be able to tell there was work done on your property.
First of all, you don't want to pay for replacing your sewer pipes if they can be repaired. Leo explains how new technology allows the plumber and even the homeowner to see deep into the pipes: " Using a digital camera, we are able to see inside your sewer pipes. We are actually able to show you exactly what is causing your blockage or leak. If the problem can be overcome by merely cleaning out the sewer, we will take care of that quickly and inexpensively. You can see this on our new video about trenchless pipe repair via http://youtu.be/
If however, as you see on the video, the sewer lines are hopelessly blocked by roots or the pipes are broken, you will need a new sewer line installed. Leo says "In the old days this would mean digging up the old pipe using a trench, then laying in all new pipe. This would take days, and was very expensive.
"Now we can come into your yard, dig a very small hole at the beginning and end of where the new pipe is to go, plus, as in the example on the video, and any place there is a junction with other sewer lines. Next we take the High Density Polyethylene pipe and build the necessary length right in your yard, using heat to connect the pipes.
"Now a cable is fed into the existing pipe until it reaches the other end of the section to be replaces. At this point an hydraulic puller is placed into position and the pipe is fitted with a nose piece that will attach to the cable. Next the cable is pulled just a few inches at a time, and the new pipe is pulled through the old pipe as shown here."
The video shows the new pipe emerging at the other end, the nose piece being removed, and the pipes connected as necessary. This process can be done for very long pipes and into very small places due to the flexibility of the pipe material. But this material is also tough and designed to last for generations.
When all the joints have been completed and the pipe tested, the dirt and sod are replaced, and the yard looks as good as new. The entire process is almost always completed in a single day, but never more than two days, and as Leo points out, "the cost is much less than using a trench approach."
Rooters On Time has offices in Reseda and Burbank. For more information call them at (818)-578-6218 or see their website at http://www.Rootersontime.com